I use this code for Transcriber, everything works perfectly well, but when I try to read a file that is longer than 2min, script prints this error. It tries to read the audio file for a very long time and only then prints the error. I searched on the net but could not find the ..
This is my speech recognition code written in python. It was working a few weeks ago, but now I am getting an error. The error is pasted below. Would anyone know why this is happening? I remember I changed the python path a few days ago. Would this cause a problem? import speech_recognition as sr ..
I’m working on a project "Transcript", for now it all works well, but when I try to load a larger .wav file of 10MB this error message appears. Is there a problem with the file size or the length of the audio material? Please help me to know what to pay attention to, thank you! ..
import nemo import ffmpeg import nemo.collections.asr as nemo_asr model = nemo_asr.models.EncDecCTCModel.from_pretrained(model_name="QuartzNet15x5Base-En") files=["D:archivemedical speech transcription and intentMedical Speech, Transcription, and Intentrecordingstest49120_1853182_11719913.wav"] transcription=model.transcribe(paths2audio_files=files) I am getting a Warning and a runtime error Warning: warn("Couldn’t find ffmpeg or avconv – defaulting to ffmpeg, but may not work", RuntimeWarning) Runtime Error: An attempt has been made to start a ..
I want to determine, when exactly a speech in the audio file starts and ends. Firstly, I am using speech_recognition library to determine speech content of the audio file: import speech_recognition as sr filename = ‘./dir_name/1.wav’ r = sr.Recognizer() with sr.AudioFile(filename) as source: audio_data = r.record(source) text = r.recognize_google(audio_data, language = "en-US") print(text) Running this ..
Python needs to automatically recognize the language of the audio file being loaded and print the text from the audio file in a specific language when the user clicks the Transcribe button, whether this is possible and what the function should look like, please help. from flask import Flask, render_template, request, redirect import speech_recognition as ..
I was working on a Python Assistant, firstly I made it to work on text commands, everything was going fine. but when I changed it to work on Voice Commands it is working strangely, although code was able to execute but it keeps on listening and recognizing, and execute a command I didn’t assigned it ..
import speech_recognition as SRG import time store = SRG.Recognizer() with SRG.Microphone() as s: print("Speak…") audio_input = store.record(s, duration=1) try: text_output = store.recognize_google(audio_input) print(text_output) except: print("Couldn’t process the audio input.") if(store.recognize_google(audio_input) == "hello") : print("Hello Sir") Hello so i cant figure out how to stop the detection when it does not recognize anything in line 6 ..
This is my code and I am getting this error…. import speech_recognition as sr r = sr.Recognizer() file = sr.AudioFile(‘E:/music/jack.wav’) with file as source: audio_file = r.record(source,duration=20) print(r.recognize_google(source)) And error looks like this… [Running] python -u "e:Visual studio codefile-1.py" Traceback (most recent call last): File "e:Visual studio codefile-1.py", line 8, in print(r.recognize_google(source)) File "C:UsersasusAppDataRoamingPythonPython39site-packagesspeech_recognition_init_.py", line ..
I ran the python -m speech_recognition command in the terminal. The Microphone pops up in the taskbar so the app is accessing the microphone, but it seems it can’t catch my voice. It is always in the "Say something" part and the only time it went to the "Recognizing part" it said "Oops!". I guess ..